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Inside the QAnon stonewalling cult thinks JFK Jr will ‘come back’, enjoy ‘drinking bleach’ and possibly ’cause another Jonestown’

Experts have warned that a CONSPIRACY sect believes that JFK Jr will “come back” and that the person who allegedly drank bleach could lead to a bloody end.

From the outside, Negative48 may look like another bizarre QAnon cult – but the group of hardcore followers is proving itself to be a different – and more troublesome – beast.

QAnon supports wave flags with Trump/JFK Jr. 2020 is embellished on them

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QAnon supports wave flags with Trump/JFK Jr. 2020 is embellished on themCredit: Mega Dealer
Those who believe that JFK Jr's arrival will trigger an event that will see Donald Trump reinstated as President

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Those who believe that JFK Jr’s arrival will trigger an event that will see Donald Trump reinstated as PresidentCredit: N48
On November 18, 1978, Jones instructed 900 residents of Jonestown to use a cyanide-impregnated punch

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On November 18, 1978, Jones instructed 900 residents of Jonestown to use a cyanide-impregnated punchCredit: AP

In November, the split group caused a stir when hundreds of worshipers gathered at the site of JFK’s assassination in Dallas, Texas, for the “appearance” of his son, who died in 1999.

They believe that JFK Jr’s “return” will partly trigger Donald Trump’s return to the White House and make him the “King of Kings”.

However, the group has taken a sinister step in recent weeks and has shared chilling messages about the “importance of physical death” and the need to “prepare” for a “death.” cease-and-desist” on Telegram.

According to one expert, adherents spoke of “drinking Kool-aid” – a direct reference to the gruesome massacre in Jonestown in 1978.

More than 900 members of the People’s Temple movement in Jonestown, Guyana, died when its drug-crazed, sex-crazed leader, Jim Jones, suggested they drink an alcoholic beverage containing cyanide and other types of alcohol. another deadly drug after he killed a US congressman.

There are now fears Negative48, allegedly led by former construction business owner turned conspiracy theorist Michael Protzman, is rapidly going down a similar path.

And an insider has claimed that the cult is now fooling a cocktail with industrial bleach.

It’s not clear why they drank the chemical mixture, reports Dallas Observer, but allegedly soft drinks were mixed and distributed to team members.

Author and QAnon expert Mike Rothschild told The Sun Online that Protzman, “shows a level of control over these people that you never find in QAnon”.

He said: “With Negative 48, it’s completely clear that this guy is controlling their behavior from when to come in and when to go out and when to stand in line, when to sit in the ring. round, when they can look up and when they can look down.

“He’s talking about the need – and this is what’s really pissing people off – he’s talking about the need to ‘physically die’ to reach the next stage of their plan.”

The self-proclaimed “researcher” @XpsingXtremism QAnon – who asked not to reveal his real name – told us that Negative48 followers are being “arrested for violence”.

“Whether it’s self-inflicted or suicidal, the thing to keep in mind is that all of this could stop if the ringleaders were gone.”

We’ve seen that playing with ISIS, we’ve seen that with certain hate groups, and I think we’re seeing the same thing happen with QAnon.

Rick Ross

He said the group – which emerged after the November protests in Dallas – started “telling people that death is a transmigration of souls, basically that after you die you are reincarnated”. .

He coolly added: “There are people who believe this is going to go down to Jonestown, and it could, but… I don’t think this will end non-violently, even if it does. by mass death or not.”

He said the team started by sharing Gematria decodings – a method of attributing numbers to a name, word or phrase using an outdated and debunked numbering system to derive a some kind of secret meaning – but has “raised the previous number over time”, revealing ludicrous conspiracy theories about Trump, the 2020 Presidential election, and “the end times”.

On top of that, disturbing Telegram posts showing notices discussing the need to “prepare, prepare, prepare” for the “termination event” while a Negative48 preacher said about “the importance of physical death” during a Zoom call in November.

Protzman – who claims that he is not the leader of Negative48 – has denied these allegations.

A preacher of 48 negativity spoke about'the importance of physical death' during a Zoom call in November

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A preacher of 48 negativity spoke about ‘the importance of physical death’ during a Zoom call in November
Followers have started sharing chilling messages about an'end event'

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Followers have started sharing chilling messages about an ‘end event’
The group uses Telegram to spread their strange beliefs

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The group uses Telegram to spread their strange beliefsCredit: N48

And it’s not just Negative48 that has captured the attention of experts.

Rick Ross, a cult hunter who has helped more than 500 people leave extremist groups, said groups like QAnon are using ISIS-like recruiting tactics to incentivize followers to carry out attacks. “lonely wolf”.

“I think what we’re seeing with QAnon is something of a lone wolf phenomenon,” he told us.

“We’ve seen online extremists who aren’t part of the group but are online and then they go out and get very violent.

“We’ve seen that playing against ISIS, we’ve seen that playing with certain hate groups, and I think we’re seeing the same thing happen with QAnon.”

He claimed QAnon had a “disproportionate” number of mentally unstable followers who used the plot as a “trigger point”.

He said the crack-pot theory could “reach through the internet and reach these people, radicalize them and incite them. And then they act on their own”.

Though he remains optimistic that some adherents will “perish,” others, he said, will “double down” on the sect’s insane beliefs.

“And that’s where it gets very dangerous,” he said, explaining how the group’s collapse could spur its leadership to advocate violence and self-harm.

WHAT IS QANON AND NEGATIVE48?

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QANON is a strange conspiracy theory tied to the fate of former President Donald Trump.

The strange theory has become popular among a large number of supporters of the Republican President.

Its supporters claim that the former president communicated about the “secret battles” between him and the Deep State.

Based on NBC, the theory revolves around an anonymous source, Q, who is trying to tell the world a secret – or many secrets.

These focus on baseless allegations that Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller are waging a secret war against an alleged pedophile ring.

Supporters of this completely unfounded theory believe that this ring is filled with celebrities and political elites who have been secretly running the US government for decades.

The theory gained more press coverage after a supporter raised a Q at a Trump rally in Pennsylvania in August 2018 and again after a hurricane on Capitol Hill on January 6. .

Meanwhile, Negative48 endorses a crack-pot theory that Trump is descended from the bloodline of Jesus Christ.

Avid cult followers who have gathered around Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, – the site of JFK’s assassination in 1963 – this year believe it’s an outlandish idea that JFK Jr – who died in plane crash in 1999 – will “re-emerge” to become President and appoint Trump as “King of Kings”.

Unlike QAnon, Negative48 has a well-known leader believed to be Michael Protzman, who regularly appears at rallies and on Zoom calls.

“Because you can let a leader define ‘we are under attack, we are threatened and the answer for us is to become violent or to take our own life’ and this happened to some religions.”

It comes as the group is said to have been planning to visit the scene of the gruesome massacre at Branch Dividian in Waco, Texas, according to Mike.

In 1993, 76 cult members, including 25 children and two pregnant women, along with several law enforcement officers were killed when police raided the sect’s headquarters in Waco after 51 days of holding them. occlusion.

“We’ve seen these people have the potential to commit acts of violence, they’re likely to be delusional, they’re likely to be taken advantage of and point in a very harmful direction,” Mike said.

“Q followers feel they have the marching order, they have everything they need, they have the tools to de-code the deals that are coming out on a daily basis. That’s not going to change.

“I think whatever they’re going to do, we’ll know it’s coming.”

Michael Protzman, the alleged leader of Negative48, in a protest with followers

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Michael Protzman, the alleged leader of Negative48, in a protest with followersCredit: Telegram
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